DesignLink and the City of Winston-Salem conducted an assessment of the area around the Polo Road and Cherry Street intersection.
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The housing plan covers a wide array of topics from Market Conditions and Current Trends to Cost of Housing and Transportation and Fair Housing
The Piedmont Together project team has generated goals, objectives, and strategies for each of the project's five main focus areas of housing, jobs, transportation, health, and places & spaces. The full set of recommendations and supporting research will be presented at the Framework for Prosperity summit on March 27, 2014 in downtown Greensboro. Register now to be one of the first to see the plan in its entirety.
Learn more about equitable development and why it's a critical component for our future.
In this fair housing assessment, respondents were asked about their neighborhood and the factors that influenced them to move there. They were also asked about the things they disliked about their neighborhood and what factors might influence them to move somewhere else.
More than 150 stakeholders and community leaders responded to Piedmont Together's if-then survey questions based on the top strengths and challenges and reasons to care about the future of our region.
This semi-annual Piedmont Together progress report covers the period June 1, 2012 through December 31, 2012.
This semi-annual Piedmont Together progress report covers the period January 1, 2012 through June 30, 2012.
This meta-analysis examines the most recent analysis of impediments to fair housing prepared by HUD-funded entities that serve localities within the Piedmont Triad Regional Council area.